Article Courtesy of People.com
Nadya Suleman will probably sign a deal very soon to feature her and her family of 14 children in a reality TV show, sources tell PEOPLE exclusively.
Those close to Suleman say she and her attorney, Jeffery Czech, met over the past week with four production companies and are due to meet in the next few days with executives at an undisclosed network.
Czech confirms that he and Suleman have conferred with producers to hear their ideas – and that although Suleman is tired of TV cameras and protective of her children’s privacy, she also wants to ensure she has enough money to care for them without public assistance.
Suleman has admittedly been on food stamps in the past, and told the Whittier Daily News this week that she was considering applying for federal WIC aid. Czech says Suleman doesn’t have health insurance and that all medical costs associated with delivering the octuplets on Jan. 26 were funded by taxpayers through state Medi-Cal.
“There’s some decisions for her to make over the next few days. I think she’s heard enough,” Czech tells PEOPLE. “Like anyone else, she wants to be portrayed in a positive light and she feels she needs to do something to get her side out.”